Insurance: Work your assets
An increasing number of life assurance companies are using securitisation to cover their liabilities under the Financial Services Authority and other regulations. Jennifer Donohue and Peter Hoye report
A survey of recent structures being developed in the life assurance market might suggest that you have stepped back into the Renaissance period, with alchemists seeking to turn debt into capital, or even the period of the flat-earthers, moaning that travelling too far can only result in falling off the edge of the world.
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